St. George, Byzantine icon (early 14 century)

Icon of Saint George, from a century Constantinople workshop. Exhibited in the Byzantine and Christian Museum in Athens, Greece

ST GEORGIOS AND ST DIMITRIOS FRESCOES FROM MONASTERY STAVRONIKITA

Stavronikita Monastery (Greek: Μονή Σταυρονικήτα, Moní Stavronikíta) at the monastic state of Mount Athos in Greece,

Αγ. Γεωργιος Ο Μεγαλομαρτυρας & Τροπαιοφορος ___april 23

Αγ. Γεωργιος Ο Μεγαλομαρτυρας & Τροπαιοφορος ___april 23

Икона Св. Георгий

Lessons from the Divine Office of St. George, Martyr: Book Epistle 6 from the Epistle to Martyrs and Confessors by St. Cyprian, Bishop and Martyr

Saints Gerontius and Polychronia, Parents of Saint George the Trophy-Bearer ~ 13th-century Byzantine icon from Constantinople. Later it was kept in The church of St. George the Little (or the Younger) in Nessebar, Bulgaria, which was built in 1609. After the church was destroyed by the communist regime in 1946, the icon was relocated to Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria, to The National Archaeological Museum of Bulgaria where it can be seen today.

Saints Gerontius and Polychronia, Parents of Saint George the Trophy-Bearer…

Orthodox Icons, Religious Art, Saint George, Victorious, Saints, Santos

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